Christian Fechner

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Christian Fechner
Born (1944-07-26)26 July 1944
Agen, France
Died 25 November 2008(2008-11-25) (aged 64)
Paris, France
Occupation Film director, producer, screenwriter

Christian Fechner (26 July 1944 - 25 November 2008) was a French film producer, screenwriter and director.[1]

After starting off as an illusionist, he became a music producer with French singer Antoine. He transformed Antoine’s musicians, les Problems, into a band named Les Charlots.[citation needed]

Fechner produced such films as Les bidasses en folie, Les fous du stade, Bons baisers de Honk-Hong, Viens chez moi, j'habite chez une copine, Papy fait de la résistance, Les Spécialistes, Marche à l’ombre, The Children of the Marshland, La Tour Montparnasse Infernale, Chouchou.

In 2005, he produced Les Bronzés 3: Amis pour la vie and marked his last great success making nearly $151,211,264 at the box office.[citation needed]

Christian Fechner died on November 25, 2008 after a battle with cancer.

Fechner had two children: film producer Alexandra Fechner and Maxime Fechner, owner of the fashion brand Kymerah.





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